Healthy Habitation

What is an Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist (EMRS)?

An Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist, EMRS, is trained to identify, assess, and mitigate or eliminating electromagnetic emissions in homes, schools, offices, and commercial buildings. A certified EMRS can advise homeowners, home buyers, architects, builders, electricians, inspectors, and engineers in the methods and practices that create and maintain a minimized presence of electromagnetic fields in homes and commercial buildings.

A certified Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist is trained in the fundamentals of building wiring practices and applicable National Electrical Codes (NEC); power line configurations; knowledge of the frequency spectrum which includes DC (direct current), AC (alternating current), electric fields, magnetic fields, radio frequency (RF), and dirty electricity; knowledge of health effects caused by electromagnetic radiation exposure; and light quality and its effects on human health.

To be certified, one must successfully complete 200 credit hours of course work, pass exams, attend training seminars, perform lab work, and conduct field training under the supervision of a mentor. Once certified continuing education is required to stay current with industry changes.

As a certified Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist, trained in the detection and mitigation of EMR, Sharon can help you take effective action based upon facts.